The Accreditation Council of Oncology in Europe (ACOE) provides accreditation to Continuing Medical Education (CME) providers (including Member Societies of the European Cancer Organisation) for the benefit of participants receiving education in oncology. Accreditation by ACOE provides CME credits to participating delegates, recognising the high quality of the education delivered.
For Distance Learning (which includes online educational events, webinars, presentations, e-learning material, webcasts, blended learning and hybrid physical/ virtual events), ACOE provides this accreditation directly to CME providers after receiving applications through this website and having been reviewed by ACOE Councillors.
You can find more information about the process, fees and applying for Distance Learning accreditation using the buttons below.Process for Distance Learning Accreditation Fees for Distance Learning Accreditation Apply for Distance Learning Accreditation
For accreditation of live educational events (education provided solely in a physical/ face-to-face setting), ACOE works in collaboration with UEMS in the second stage of an agreed process. ACOE is one of the four European Specialty Accreditation Boards (ESABs) recognised by UEMS.
You can find more information and apply to UEMS for accreditation of live educational events using the buttons below.Information for Live Event Accreditation Apply for Live Event Accreditation
ACOE accredits CME activities rather than individuals or CME providers. CME organisers shall be organisations involved in CME in the field of oncology for international audiences. All events organised in the USA by either European or non-European CME providers must be referred to the American Medical Association (AMA).
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